All The Lovely Pieces
by J.M. Winchester

Motherly love can drive her to the absolute edge…

For nine years, Drew Baker has been running from her brutal husband and the dark deeds of the night she left him. Focused on protecting her ten-year-old son, Drew reluctantly settles into a small town, eager to find proof of her husband’s true nature so she can stop looking over her shoulder.

But Drew is also on the run from her own terrible crimes—ones that mean prison and separation from her son should the police catch up to her before her husband does. If only she could remember that night and what really transpired…

Without warning, the unthinkable happens, and Drew is plunged into the most nightmarish situation a woman and mother could imagine. Desperate to save her child, Drew takes matters into her own hands, proving that anyone is capable of darkness, and nowhere is safe for those who fear themselves.

5 stars:  5/5 stars

What a fascinating story this is!   A true mystery and drama as well.  I like the way the characters' stories rotate and it was not confusing to me to read them that way at all.  There were only a few main characters and it was easy to figure out who was talking (each chapter was labeled by character, but they were easily recognizable).  This story kept me on the edge of my seat and had me eager for more!  
          I would love to see a sequel to this one!   Hint !  Hint!   
I received a digital version of this book from netgalley and Thomas & Mercer in exchange for my honest review.   I was not required to write a positive review and all opinions expressed are my own.  

About the Author:

J. M. Winchester is the dark alter ego of an author who usually writes happily ever afters. Her fascination with the workings of an evil mind compelled her to start writing psychological thrillers and All the Lovely Pieces is her debut novel in this genre. Originally from the east coast of Canada, she now lives in Alberta with her husband and son.   She is a member of Romance Writers of America, International Thriller Writers, and Film and Video Arts Society of Alberta.  More information can be found on her website


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